Since the first American Heart Month in 1964, every February, we have various societal initiatives to raise awareness about heart disease. In 2004, the American Heart Association created the Go Red For Women initiative to raise awareness about heart disease in women, as well as raise research money to help reduce heart disease and stroke in women.
Since June 2019, I decided to hold myself accountable for walking my talk. Several years ago, I was able to take off 135 pounds and essentially save my own life. I regained some of that weight in the last couple of years and I’m working my way back down. I’ve lost over 40 pounds since I began in June and have exercised nearly every day since August.
If you choose to join me on this journey, I hope I am able to impart some nutritional and lifestyle wisdom. Even though I may have gone off the rails temporarily I can still share some of my first hand experience as well as my acquired knowledge and training to help you make the right changes to live your best life.
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What a great blog post! I had read that women had different symptoms than men when suffering a heart attack, but I’ve never read anything with this much detail. This information is invaluable and it could save a life. Thank you for posting this, Karen!
This is what I speak about when I do a WomenHeart presentation. Women are not always aware they are having a heart attack. It often looks like something much different and often much less life-threatening.